The History of 12 Lewes Crescent

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The images below are photographs of a complete archive of documents relating to No 12 Lewes Crescent currently in the possession of the owner of the property.

Appointment and Release
1. Appointment and Release
and Deed of Covenant

1. This indenture conveys ownership of No 12 Lewes Crescent from Thomas Kemp to Thomas Cubitt dated 8th May 1827 in the sum of one thousand eight hundred and nineteen pounds.

. Details from the documents:

Thomas Kemp's signature
Thomas Kemp’s signature
Thomas Cubitt's signature
Thomas Cubitt’s signature
Plan showing the No 12 Lewes Crescent property
Plan showing the No 12 Lewes Crescent property

2.In 1882 the property was sold by The Rt Honourable George Cubitt and William Cubitt to Frederick Wood for two thousand nine hundred pounds

Conveyance of a piece of land with a Messuage thereon knbown as no 12 Lewes Crescent Kemp Town Brighton in the County of Sussex
Conveyance of a piece of land with a Messuage thereon known as
No 12 Lewes Crescent Kemp Town Brighton in the County of Sussex.
Dated 26th April 1882
This indenture
This indenture
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Plan of No 12 included in the conveyance

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Signature William Cubitt
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Signature George Cubitt
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Signature Frederick Hobbs
Stamp duty. Eight Pounds Ten Shillings and Six Pounds
Stamp duty. Eight Pounds Ten Shillings and Six Pounds
Witnessed
Witnessed by John Hopgood and William Herbert Tucker
Solicitor A.Freeman

In 1906 the property was sold to C.W. Millar Esq for £1,000

In 1911 Mrs G.M.Millar sold the property to Mrs C.G. Parker for £1,827​

In 1925 Mrs C.G. Parker sold the property to R.MacLeod Esq for £3,500

In 1928 R.MacLeod Esq sold the property tp London Land and Property for £2,600

In 1930 London Land and Property sold the property to Mrs E.E. Goddard for £2,050

In 1933 Mrs E.E.Goddard sold the property to H.R. Michael for £5,250

In 1951 H.R.Michael sold the property to Deansway Properties for £5,600

On April 27 1951 Deansway Properties sold the property to Eigil Gisholt for £6,100